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What is the Origin of the Word culinary and Cuisine?

What is the Origin of the Word culinary and Cuisine? | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
Haute cuisine is the origin of the French mother sauces, which most cooking students must learn early on in cooking school, and the very systematic tradition that French cooking is known for. Haute cuisine was more or less ...
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Pavlova – Australian or New Zealand?

Pavlova – Australian or New Zealand? | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
Food historians believe the European cooks of the Renaissance used egg-whites, whisked, in several dishes, but it was not until the 18th century that they perfected meringue. Meringue recipes date back to 1782.
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The Old Foodie: The Bounty of Sunflowers.

The Old Foodie: The Bounty of Sunflowers. | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
“A very delicate oil, much used in Russian cookery, is expressed from the seeds of the sunflower and is prepared by enclosing them in bags, and steeping them in warm water, after which the oil is expressed; this is actually as sweet as butter.” ...
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Jefferson's winning recipe: Making French food an American dish

Jefferson's winning recipe: Making French food an American dish | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it

Americans can thank Thomas Jefferson for the introduction of such favorites as french fries, creme brulee, and even that old standby mac and cheese.

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The Ancient Cookery Spice Cinnamon Has A History To Be Used As Medicine For All Sorts Of Diseases | Health Care Articles

Cinnamon is a historical spice, respected and revered.
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Lawrence Norfolk's top 10 seventeenth-century food books - The Guardian

Lawrence Norfolk's top 10 seventeenth-century food books - The Guardian | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it

But as I read deeper, I realised the early 17th century had been a golden age for English cooking which gloried in such dishes as "Quaking Pudding" and "A Smoothening ...

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Hippocras | Gastronomy Archaeology

Hippocras | Gastronomy Archaeology | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
Also spelled hypocras, ypocras, ipocras (and others I'm sure), this was an ancient drink, popular during medieval times as well, very popular at banquets and for medicinal purposes. Hippocras takes its name from the ancient ...
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John Saturnall's Feast by Lawrence Norfolk – review

John Saturnall's Feast by Lawrence Norfolk – review | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it

Yet there were cooks before either. What was their monument?

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Stumbling Into Historic Cookery

Stumbling Into Historic Cookery | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
Anyhow, comparing his reflections on various ancient schools concerning the humours and use of food and comparing that to menus of the time, I could assemble a feast that was both seasonal and ordered.
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Molecular Gastronomy History | Molecular Recipes

Molecular Gastronomy History | Molecular Recipes | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
The term Molecular Gastronomy was born in 1992 when an English teacher of cookery, Elizabeth Cawdry Thomas, proposed a workshop in which professional cooks could learn about the physics and chemistry of cooking.
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Old Cookbooks « oxfood

Old Cookbooks « oxfood | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
Most of the recipe books aren't actually that helpful for cooking- which goes for classics like Escoffier as well. A lot of the recipes assume you have good cooking skills already, and know a lot of the techniques you'll need for ...
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Recipe Vintage: Roman Wine-fried Anchovies

Recipe Vintage: Roman Wine-fried Anchovies | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
I've had a few requests for some ancient recipes, and luckily in my collection I have a reprint of the Roman Cookery of Apicius, translated and adapted for the modern kitchen by John Edwards. This is a quick and easy one for ...
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Healthy Food Recipes: The First Pancake

Later an English culinary manuscript from 1430 year refers to pancakes, however the reference does not occur typically in early printed cookery books. Pancakes resulting from their long history, have reflected regional cuisine and local ...
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The World on a Plate (bookreview of Bee Wilson's Consider the Fork)

The World on a Plate (bookreview of Bee Wilson's Consider the Fork) | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it

The history of cookware—and, by association, the history of cooking and how we eat—is a topic as formidable as the history of civilization itself. Few books this side of Paul Johnson's "Modern Times" have turned so much meat into a digestible, entertaining meal. The danger is that one ends up with a series of mezze, tasty but loosely connected facts. In the case of Bee Wilson's "Consider the Fork," the author is blessed with an assemblage of entertaining tidbits and particularly lucid prose.

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Retro recipe: Siennese “Little Horses”, 1937

Retro recipe: Siennese “Little Horses”, 1937 | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
It comes from the First Australian Continental Cookery Book (FACCB), the subject of my second paper, which is, in my scholarly opinion, Australia's first Italian cookbook. ... To which she should've replied, how old are you?
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A lesson in Victorian cooking from Mrs Beeton

A lesson in Victorian cooking from Mrs Beeton | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it

With sales of cookery books across the country soaring, part of the nation's appetite for them is indebted to the young Victorian woman who took it upon herself to pen her...

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An intriguing look at ancient cookery from TIME-LIFE

An intriguing look at ancient cookery from TIME-LIFE | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
In looking through my TIME-LIFE Picture Cook Book after all these years I came across their section on ancient grains and other recipes.
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Food historian preserves Lowcountry cooking recipes - The State

Food historian preserves Lowcountry cooking recipes - The State | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it

Taylor's elevation to Lowcountry cooking icon is an unorthodox story in the sense that he wasn't formally trained in either cooking or history.

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2nd Symposium: Food, Memory & Identity in Greece & in the Diaspora

2nd Symposium: Food, Memory & Identity in Greece & in the Diaspora | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
1st Symposium of Greek Gastronomy. Greek Food, Drink, History and Culture ...
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Chefs to write book on history of modern gastronomy

An alliance of some of the top chefs in the world helmed by Spanish chef Ferran Adrià has announced plans to write a book on the history of modern gastronomy, beginning with Nouvelle Cuisine.
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Historical Cooking for Beginners Part 2 - Gentlemanly Pursuits

Historical Cooking for Beginners Part 2 - Gentlemanly Pursuits | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
This week's post is Part 2 in GP's Historical Cooking for Beginners series. Please welcome our newest guest writer, Chef Gaston Boudin, Hôtel de Valois “Houde was the head chef at Boodle's, which stood on the same street ...
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Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy | Boston University Metropolitan College

Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy | Boston University Metropolitan College | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
A unique, multidisciplinary program, the Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) in Gastronomy encompasses the arts, the humanities, and the natural and social sciences.
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Kitchen confidential: The taste of history - The Independent

Kitchen confidential: The taste of history - The Independent | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it

Red-faced cooks stirring cauldrons of stew, oxen rotating on roasting-spits, a boar's head with the inevitable apple in its mouth... English cuisine has never been judged a delicate art.

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19th Century Historical Tidbits: Cutting a Haunch of Venison

19th Century Historical Tidbits: Cutting a Haunch of Venison | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
The cooks generally get the blame, but the fault lies mostly with the park-keeper, for want of precaution in killing them. This ought ... During my research for historical novels, I've come across various historical tidbits.
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Cool Food Blog | Hunting for the Very Best

Cool Food Blog | Hunting for the Very Best | Historical gastronomy | Scoop.it
Gastronomy Archaeology is a very cool food blog that explores old cookbooks and recipes from Renaissance and Early Modern cookery. Food history is increasingly becoming more interesting to me, and I love the history in ...
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